The Italian goalkeeper is overjoyed to see his side return to the top of Italian football, while saying that he still has plenty of years left in his careerJuventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has admtted that the club's latest Scudetto win was a unique achievement.
The Bianconeri finished four points clear at the top of the Serie A table to win their first league crown since 2003, after the 2004-05 and 2005-06 titles were revoked in the Calciopoli trial.
As Juventus opened their new club museum on Wednesday, complete with its own section dedicated to the iconic keeper, Buffon shared his emotions about winning the Scudetto and guaranteed that he has no plans to retire just yet.
"I am lucky enough to be able to play much longer, I hope that this museum will be filled even more," the 34-year-old told Sky Sport Italia.
"The fact that there is a small space here dedicated to me is very good.
"Celebrating this Scudetto was great. There was so much joy repressed in us. This title does not resemble any other we have won, and there will never be any other like this."
Buffon, who joined Juventus from Parma in 2001 in a €54 million deal, has a contract with the Bianconeri until 2014.